Campodea is a genus of small, white, bristle-tailed arthropods in the order Diplura. The best known species, Campodea staphylinus, has a wide distribution across much of Europe. It lives in damp places under stones, fallen trees, or in rotten wood and leaves. There are at least 130 described species in Campodea.
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- Fauna Europaea entry for Campodea. Retrieved January 26, 2006.
- Fauna Europaea entry for Campodea staphylinus. Retrieved January 26, 2006.
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